Roebuck hunting is iconic in Europe. Therefore, the premiere days of the buck hunt are often as sacred as Christmas, in many hunting families.
Precisely matched to every individual’s needs, reliable hunting equipment face the wilderness up-close and effortlessly deliver peak performance everytime.
The way in which we hunt depends on varying game species, regions, cultures and techniques. But the passion of being out in nature is the same everywhere.
Alpine hunting is not the same as hunting in the woods. It has certain pitfalls that can be easily avoided if you know what you are doing. Here a few tips.
Changing winds, rain, steep terrain, and distances of 500 to 800 meters are the challenges a hunter faces when out long-range shooting.
The passionate hunter Thomas Nohl turned his passion into a profession and at the same time brought a family tradition into the fourth generation.
Working with a baying dog is different than hunting with other dogs. These days, the dogs are fitted with a GPS to help the hunters locate the barking.
Hunter David Carsten Pedersen speaks about his impressions with the hunting guide Tommy and the baying dog Tiko in swedish Lapland.
American Jeff Simpson combines his job and passion as a photographer and hunter with his eye for unique moments in the wilderness. Read about his story.
Anyone who goes hunting in the mountains must always expect weather changes, which cancel the expedition unexpectedly. Sometimes, equipment is left behind.